Discussion in 'The Bar' started by h5htyt76757j, Aug 5, 2014.
Down 25 lbs since January
But I'm now officially Diabetic
me and gay mike the diabetus brothers
You will lose 60 more lbs when they amputate above the knee from the sugars.
jus no more carbs
: I didn't know they stacked shit that high.
did the doctor tell you to put a lime in the coconut?
the attitude is unnecessary
did you ask the doctor what you can do take to relieve your belly ache?
Nigga how you lose weight and become diabetic
Doctors are lazy, they say everyone has diabetes
And that was just your head.
When you become diabetic apparently your metabolism is boosted I aint no doctor. But
Weight loss can occur for many reasons, and involuntary weight loss can be a sign of serious underlying illness.
Involuntary weight loss can be associated with increased calorie intake and patients can lose weight while having an increased appetite or thirst. Some causes of this situation can include intestinal disorders that cause lack of absorption of food (like chronic diarrhea), endocrine disorders that cause the body to burn more energy (like hyperthyroidism), and uncontrolled diabetes, which cause the body to lose excess calories by spilling sugar into the urine.
Diabetes is a disorder of elevated blood sugars. Sometimes sugars are just mildly elevated at diagnosis. But sometimes, blood sugar can become quite elevated before the diagnosis is made.
As the blood sugar level goes up, the body cannot reabsorb all of the sugar that is naturally filtered through the kidneys, and the sugar is spilled in the urine. This causes people who have very high sugars to be very thirsty, and to have to urinate very frequently.
Patients will often have sudden significant weight loss associated with these symptoms. These same patients will be so thirsty they will often drink sugary drinks (such as sodas, juices or sweetened coffee drinks) which causes the sugars to be even higher, and the weight loss to be more severe. It can become a sudden dangerous cycle.
If you suddenly develop significant involuntary weight loss, especially associated with significant thirst or an increased need to urinate, it is critical to see a health care provider as soon as possible.
morning moopy buddy!